As the launch date for NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission continues to get pushed back due to glitches and storms, a deadline for its solid rocket boosters is quickly approaching.
NASA is sticking by its Nov. 14 launch date for its historic Artemis 1 mission even as a subtropical storm develops in the Atlantic Ocean that is heading toward Kennedy Space Center.
The heads of NASA and the European Space Agency have issued statements condemning the latest example of a Chinese Long March 5B rocket booster falling to Earth in an uncontrolled reentry.
A 23-ton rocket body from China's launch of a Long March 5B rocket has fallen safely into the south-central Pacific Ocean after creating questions over where it will come down once again.
While NASA officials stressed that Artemis 1 continues to be a challenging mission, they stated they are confident in the upcoming launch attempt on Nov. 14.
On Dec. 2, the world will finally get a glimpse at the B-21 Raider, a new stealth bomber that has been described as "the most advanced military aircraft ever built."
Another Chinese Long March 5B rocket body will once again plummet to Earth in the coming days above a yet-to-be-determined location.
Space.com sat down with authors Elizabeth Howell and Dave Williams to discuss their new book on how spaceflight affects the human body, 'Why Am I Taller?'
NASA's Artemis 1 moon rocket is once again headed back to the launch pad on Friday (Nov. 4) ahead of its historic lunar mission.
The White House has responded to Russia's assertion that commercial satellites are legitimate targets by stating that a U.S. response would follow any such attacks.
The U.S. midterm elections of 2022 are on Tuesday (Nov. 8), and several key races have the potential to influence space policy for years to come.
The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program, or HAARP, is in the midst of a wide-ranging science campaign that will see the facility bounce signals off the moon and Jupiter.
The Orionid meteor shower lit up the skies around the world in 2022, and luckily many of our readers were able to catch wonderful images of the "shooting stars."
A cargo ship attached to the International Space Station fired its thrusters for five minutes Monday night (Oct. 24) to dodge a fragment of the destroyed Russian satellite Cosmos 1408.
The Orionid meteor shower peaks overnight tonight (Oct. 21), so get outside and see some fireballs streak through the atmosphere.
The European Space Agency has chosen SpaceX to replace Russia's space agency to launch two of its missions following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
A SpaceX technician suffered a head injury that placed him in a coma for two months while performing a pressure check on a rocket engine, according to reports.
Satellites watched as an absolutely massive Airbus Beluga aircraft unloaded a telecommunications satellite at Kennedy Space Center ahead of a planned SpaceX launch.
Elon Musk has informed the Pentagon that SpaceX can no longer afford to fund Starlink service or donate terminals to Ukraine after providing vital services to the besieged country for months.
The real-world mockup of the fictional "Darkstar" hypersonic jet seen in the opening sequence of the 2022 film "Top Gun: Maverick" is on display this weekend in Southern California.
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